Yoga poses and how to do them on Sacrifices of the initiatory type are typified by a long upward curve (the idea is to imbibe the maximum amount of spiritual power), followed by a steep downward curve, so that the gains are preserved. Sacrifices of the expiatory type, where the sacrificers and/or patrons wish to shed negative spiritual power (sin), have the opposite: a steep upward curve for sacralization and a long downward curve to ensure that all the negative power is left behind. The priests who officiated at these sacrifices formed three, and later four, main groups. Each group was connected with one of the four Vedas. Chief of the hymn-singing priests was the hotr, who sang hymns of praise from the Rgveda. Chief of the priests concerned with the sacrificial activity was the advaryu, who recited formulas from the Yajurveda. Chief of the saman-singing priests was the udgatr, who chanted chants from the Samaveda. Yoga poses and how to do them 2016.
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